My Houzz: 1930s Outside, Midcentury Modern InsideContemporary Home Office, Dallas
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When the now-iconic midcentury pieces were first created, they were designed in response to the way people lived — it makes sense to allow yourself to use them in a way that works for your life now. Tell us: Are you a fan of midcentury modern style? Share your favorite designer or iconic piece in the Comments!More:Roots of Style: Midcentury Modern DesignWhy We Love Midcentury Modern DesignSo Your Style Is: Midcentury Modern
Before moving in she mapped out each room to decide which furniture pieces from her midcentury collection she would use. In the home office, she designed around her Saarinen Womb Chair. "I purchased good-quality furnishings but spent less on the extras," she says. Decorating around one or two main pieces also helped her create a list of all the remaining pieces needed to fill the spaces.